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2016. this is the "cbs morning news." donald trump tries to steal the spotlight from his republican opponent. the gop front-runner won't be at the final debate before the iowa caucuses because of his ongoing feud with fox news. the standoff between armed protesters and federal authorities intensifies in oregon. three more members of the group are arrested, while others remain on the disputed wildlife refuge. a crash landing is caught on camera. a helicopter pilot and his student somehow walk away when their chopper falls from the sky. good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. tonight, republican presidential candidates hold their last debate before
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donald trump locked in an explosive feud with fox news still says he is still boycotting the debate. marlie hall is in des moines and has our report. >> reporter: with the debate just hours away, donald trump is still refusing to attend. a point he made clear wednesday night in an appearance on fox news. >> will you just consider? i want you to consider, all right? think about it. >> bill, this is much tougher being with you, because, frankly, you're smarter. this is much tougher than doing the debate with megyn kelly, believe me. i got a very unfair question from somebody but we don't even talk about that. >> reporter: at an event in south carolina earlier, trump continued to take aim at the fox news host moderating the event. while in des moines, chief rival ted cruz, once again, challenged him one-on-one. >> i'm going to propose a venue. western iowa, saturday night, sioux city. we already have it reserved.
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republican counterparts are on the debate stage, trump will be here on the campus of drake university. even students who don't support the outspoken candidate are excited what they are calling the anti-debate event. >> you know, as an american citizen, it worries me if he is unable to stand up to one reporter or one moderator, how he is going to attempt to make america great again. >> reporter: trump's camp says he'll hold a fund-raiser for forveterans on the campus of drake university tonight. at least one veterans group, the iraq and afghanistan veterans of america, announced they will decline donations from the event. marlie hall, cbs news, des moines, iowa. hillary clinton says that she wants another debate before next month's new hampshire primary. clinton is pushing the democratic national committee to add the debate, but the dnc says it's sticking to its schedule. bernie sanders' campaign says he'll participate in another
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clinton agrees to three more debates later this year. three men who had been occupying a federal wildlife refuge in oregon surrendered to authorities late yesterday and they apparently heeded the advice of the leader ammon bundy who urged his followers to go home. last night, a vigil was held for robert lavoy finicum. he was shot and killed when bundy and others were arrested at a traffic stop. there are conflicting accounts of the shooting. one protester says finicum charged at the officers. the militants have occupied the now. it's estimated that as many as three dozen armed protesters may still be there. meanwhile, bundy made his first danielle nottingham reports. >> reporter: ammon bundy and several of his followers are facing a federal magistrate for seizing a federal nature reserve. they are charged with a felony offense of conspiracy to impede official duties through the
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>> these individuals have chosen to threaten and intimidate the america they profess to love. >> reporter: the judge ruled the eight militia members were a flight risk and ordered them to remain in custody until a second hearing on friday. they were arrested tuesday night when fbi agents and police intercepted them on an oregon highway. bundy's brother ryan was shot and the militia spokesman, 55-year-old lavoy finicum, was killed. bundy said finicum was shot several times on the ground. >> what kind of a human being is that? they walk up and shot them. that is the kind of people we are tired of dealing with. >> reporter: prefers have been occupying the malheur wildlife refuge since february 2nd to appeal land policies. >> we don't arm up. we work through the appropriate channels. this can't happen any more. >> reporter: many in the area want bundy's group to leave. >> i've been ready for them to leave for -- for several weeks.
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set up roadblocks and surrounded the refuge where the remaining armed occupiers are refusing to end the siege. danielle nottingham, cbs news. the world health organization meets in a special session to discuss the zika virus that has spread to the 24 countries and the americas and the caribbeans and africa. thousands have been affected and the u.n. agency is pressured to take action. don champion is here in new york with more. >> reporter: there is no known treatment or cure for the virus. the hunt for the vaccine is on, but could take years. steps are being taken in the u.s. to prepare and stop the potential spread of the virus. the virus is spread by mosquitoes. so far, it has not been found in any in the u.s., but there have been cases in this country of people who had traveled to infected regions.
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mosquitoes that carry the disease can be found in areas where 60% of americans live, affecting about 200 million people. the virus is apparently linked to a birth defect which causes babies to be born with smaller heads. it first came to the attention of health officials in brazil where there are thousands of suspected cases, but only 270 have been confirmed. doctors in this country are preparing for the likely arrival of the virus. >> out of five women, only one exhibits symptoms, so the other four don't have symptoms and may still have been exposed and may still develop microencephaly in their fetus. the transmission from the mom to the fetus, we think, is relatively high. >> reporter: the centers for disease control has told pregnant women not to travel to countries affected by the zika virus. both united and americanairlines are allowing pregnant women to postpone travel or receive refunds for flights to affected
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already cancelled travel plans. >> even some of the countries we were considering that weren't on the travel ban list, i felt like by the time of our trip in march, it seemed like the list was rapidly growing. >> reporter: now, it's still not known how common zika infections are in pregnant women and more research is needed into the link between the virus and birth defects. about 80% of people who get the zika virus have no symptoms and that makes it difficult for pregnant women or anyone else to know if they have been infected. >> thank you, don champion in new york. we will hear from the government's top infectious disease expert on what is being done to stop the spread of the zika virus. that is coming up on "cbs this morning." three dangerous inmates who escaped from a california jail are still on the run, but five people who may have been involved are under arrest. none are jail employees. but had some connection to the inmates. the inmates escaped from the
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cutting a hole in a metal grate, crawling onto the roof and repelling to the ground using a rope made of bed sheets. a potentially dangerous situation at miami international airport when a drone crossed the flight path of an americanairlines jet. police searched the airport perimeter, but came up empty. the jet was traveling from chicago wednesday morning. the crew did not take evasive action and the jet landed safely. duke university has partially lifted a ban on sorority activities imposed. after a possible hazing incident involving alcohol. university officials implemented member was hospitalized on tuesday night and listed in the student is expected to make a full recovery. coming up on the "morning news." a nanny found murdered.
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vienna is brutally killed. and later, a flurry of fines. d.c. hands out thousands of parking tickets after last weekend's blizzard. this is the "cbs morning news."n later fines. d.c. hands out thousands of parking tickets after last weekend's blizzard. de later fines. d.c. hands out thousands of parking tickets after last weekend's blizzard. later fines. d.c. hands out thousands of parking tickets after last weekend's blizzard., fines. d.c. hands out thousands of parking tickets after last weekend's blizzard. if you're running a business, legalzoom has your back. over the last 10 years we've helped one million business owners get started. visit legalzoom today for the legal help you need to start and run your business. legalzoom. legal help is here. it's easy to love your laxative when that lax loves your body back. only miralax hydrates, eases and softens to unblock naturally, so you have peace of mind from start to finish. love your laxative. miralax. enamel is your teeth's first line of defense. but daily eating and drinking can make it weak.
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her. cause of her death is under investigate. the "chicago tribune" reports a grand jury indicted the wife of a police officer who staged his suicide to appear as though he had been murdered. melody gliniewicz is accused of money laundering and misusing charitable funds. prosecutors say her husband charles gliniewicz feared the discovery of his embezzlement from a police youth program. the "sun herald" reports mississippi may join two other states in allowing the use of the firing squad as a method of execution. the state's attorney general wants lawmakers to approve the firing squad, electrocution or nitrogen gas as backups to lethal injection. utah and oklahoma allow the use of a firing squad as a last resort. the "sidney morning herald" reports an australian teen allegedly plotted to attack police with a kangaroo packed with explosives.
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much planning an april attack in melbourne that would including running over and beheading a police officer. he has pleaded not guilty to all charges. the seattle times reports that michael allen's mega yacht might have destroyed most of a protective reef. caiman islands said the yacht destroyed 80% of the reef there this month. it's unclear if allen was aboard at the time. and "the washington post" reports all of the snowfall in d.c. turned into a ticket windfall. a parking ticket windfall. the district issued a snow emergency on friday to keep parked cars off main roads. the city issued 1.3 million dollars worth of tickets for people violating the parking ban. still ahead, some strange reasons workers have for being late. first, a blast from the past. deloreans are roaring back from the '80s! and later, air scare.
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the social media giant made $5.8 billion from october to december, that is up 52% from a year ago and the number of active users jumped 14% to 1.6 billion. facebook shares jumped 12% in after-hours trading. california is setting new energy efficiency standards for l.e.d. light bulbs used in home and the first state to do so. the new requirements apply to bulbs used in household lamps and chandeliers and track lighting used commercially. the mooch is expected to save consumers more than $4 billion in utility bills the next year. it is likely the government federal government will adapt the latest standards. we have all been late to wrk.wrk work. what is your excuse? here are the latest reasons by career builder. someone said that a vaseline truck overturned on the highway, causing cars to slip. another said a bear was taking a nap in himself car. and another -- my lizard needed
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. u.s. customs agents seized as many as 40,000 knock-off hoverboards in a shipment from china. the boxes containing the potentially dangerous boards are held at a warehouse near o'hare, airport.
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dozens have burst into flames. a helicopter came crashing down in a long island neighborhood when its engine failed. tracy korosko of our new york station wcbs station has the >> how did you manage in like the most perfect place? how did you not hit those wires? >> because i saw them. >> dude, geez. how long have you been flying? >> two years. >> reporter: confident words from pilot joseph lombardo as the video shows the inside of his downed helicopter after a crash landing in the middle of a neighborhood around noon. >> i looked to my left and i see the helicopter right next to me and i thought i was seeing things. i saw it go behind the trees and under the power lines and just tip right over. >> reporter: explosive surveillance video shows when the helicopter of the experienced 26-year-old pilot and his first time student falls out of the sky. residents heard the failing engine overhead. >> all of a sudden, the puttering got worse and i watched the propellers actually
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i saw the man's face in fear. and i started going like, just land! just land! >> reporter: air traffic controllers knew the chopper was in trouble from this may day transmission. lombardo managed to land the chopper in the intersection, avoiding any homes, electrical wires, or passing cars below. miraculously, he and the student remarkably, only this street sign was clipped during the accident. right now, the fa and ntsb are investigating exactly what happened here. >> that was tracy korosko reporting. and this is the "cbs morning news."denture adhesive seals. holds stronger than the leading paste all day... without the ooze. feel secure. be yourself.
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and liftoff. liftoff of the 25th space shuttle mission. >> reporter: 30 years ago today,
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broke apart in the sky off cape canaveral, florida, 73 seconds after liftoff. all seven restaurants on board were killed. among them, christa mcauliffe who would have been the first teacher in space. during a day of remembrance at arlington national cemetery will be held today. a special ballroom dancer will run this year in boston's marathon, three years after losing a leg in the 2013 bombing. adrienne told "the boston globe" she will run to raise awareness. right now she is up to ten miles using a carbon fiber blade. tom brady is sending a special message to his fans. the new england patriots quarterback penned a handwritten note thanking his supporters. he posted a picture of it to his facebook page. in the letter, brady says while fans may be disappointed about how the season ended, it will help the team build for next
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the patriots lost to denver in the afc championship game. and that sent the broncos to the super bowl for the seventh time in franchise history. they will face the carolina panthers. super bowl 50 is sunday, february 7th, and the only place to see it is right here on cbs. a virginia 11-year-old has his sights set on the basketball court and he has got the moves to make it happen. weijia jiang has his story. >> reporter: when noah cutler isn't playing basketball. >> just a crazy ball handler. >> reporter: the 11-year-old is watching it. and looking up his favorite nba players online. and when noah saw steph curry of the golden state warriors do this, he had to try it. >> next thing we know, he is watching videos on youtube and he's dribbling out in the front yard. if it's raining, we have to pull him out of the rain. >> reporter: he is shown making
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and they quickly went viral. noah's clips became so popular, the warriors invited him to california to meet his role model. >> i didn't even think it was real life. i thought i was dreaming. >> reporter: noah says the attention is nice, but playing basketball with his friends makes him the happiest. noah has big dreams too. >> just it would be crazy to play on that floor one day. that would be my dream. >> reporter: he is already playing with the pros on the way to becoming one. weijia jiang, cbs news, leesburg, virginia. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," possible plans to turn off the iconic niagara falls for a bridge project. plus, we will show you how the start-up yonder is creating free zones. we will take you to the national zoo in washington and show you how the animals rode out the historic blizzard. someone seems to be enjoying it. that is the "cbs morning news" for this thursday.
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